The Entrepreneurs Book of The Month Vol.2

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Welcome to the second instalment of the entrepreneur’s book of the month, where I aim to save you precious reading time by recommending and reviewing the books I believe hold the most value to young budding Entrepreneurs.

This month’s book is quite a contrast from last month’s edition featuring Jerry Weintraub’s ‘’When I stop talking you’ll know I’m dead’’ but equally as valuable.

Book of the month

This month’s book is ”Eat That Frog” by Brian Tracy.

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This month’s book is ”Eat That Frog” by Brian Tracy. This Easy to digest piece of text is full to the brim of valuable information and a real page turner.
Each chapter packed with tips and methods to make your business and private life much easier and run smoother.


After reading ”Eat That Frog” it added value instantly to my working life.
”Time is money” and this book will definitely save you time by using the simple actionable tasks inside.


”Eat that Frog” is all about prioritising all of your daily tasks, working out what’s important, deleting or delegating the un-important and attacking the longest, hardest and most important jobs first. That can sound daunting but this book makes it easy.
Tracy teaches you some practical methods in every chapter. This is a must read if you have the excuse ‘’I never have enough time’’.

Rating = 8/10

Amazon link – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eat-That-Frog-Important-Things/dp/1444765426/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1475847818&sr=8-1&keywords=eat+that+frog

Tips

When reading a book like this one, use a pencil to underline important sentences or words that you may want to review at a later date. This will mean when you want to refresh yourself on a certain book you can skim through a previously read book very quickly.

Feedback

Have you read this book? What did you think? Any suggestions for the next book of the month? Let me know in the comments below. I’d also like to hear what you thought of this blog. Would you like to see this sort of thing again?

“The things I want to know are in books; my best friend is the man who’ll get me a book I ain’t read.” – Abraham Lincoln
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